Guest Parking Permits

Guest permits are required on all guest vehicles on the campus Monday through Friday. 

Students can obtain guest permits valid for 72 hours by logging in to the AIMs parking portal using your LancerNet ID and password and selecting Order Permit. Once the guest permit has been selected, print a copy of the confirmation and display it in the dashboard of the guest's vehicle. Guest permits are valid in the Vernon Street Lot (number 40 on the parking map) and in the visitor spaces at Lancer Park. If you are having difficulty obtaining a guest permit, please contact Parking Services at

To get a guest pass you will need:

  • Vehicle license tag number
  • Vehicle description
  • Guest's address

Freshman Parking Policy

Parking is open to all freshman.

Freshman will use the Aims Parking Portal to purchase their decals.

Student Parking Permits

Online Registration

Log in to the  ‘Aims Portal’ and select the option you need: 

  • Purchase a permit
  • File an appeal
  • Make changes to your vehicles

Student Rates

DISCOUNTED from 7/12/22-8/1/22

  • Resident Students, full academic year 
    • Freshmen $225.00
    • on the main campus $275.00
    • at Lancer Park $275.00
  • Commuters, full academic year $275.00
  • Graduate Students
    • Full Year $150.00
  • Student Decal Replacement $ 10.00
  • Summer Session $ 50.00

Semester Only Permits 

Students will have the option to purchase a permit for one semester if they are:

  • Student teaching Spring semester
  • Participating in a Spring internship
  • Studying abroad
  • Graduating in December   

Please purchase your Semester Only Permits in the Parking Services Office, Eason 206, before the first day of class, August 26. The online system is not available for Semester Only permits. 

We can accept Cash and Check. We cannot process debit card or credit card payments in person. 

Parking Regulations

Longwood's Parking regulations are enforced year-round

  • Park in the correct permit zone:
    • Commuter students use the red commuter zones
    • Residents park in the lots designated for resident student use
  • Parking in faculty zones and prohibited areas is not permitted, even when classes are not in session
  • Permits must be placed on vehicles the day they are received from the Parking Services Offiice